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Auroral “Dunes” Light Up Earth’s Atmosphere
The auroral feature, first spotted by amateur astronomers in 2015, likely traces high-altitude atmospheric waves.
Predicting the Next Big Frost Quake
Frost quakes occur in boreal regions when rapidly expanding ice underground causes frozen soils to fracture. A recent frost quake in Finland has given scientists a rare look into how they form.
Local Climate Projections: A Little Money Goes a Long Way
Three Nordic countries collaborate to build a suite of eScience tools to support long-term planning and decision-making in the face of a changing climate.
Just How Anomalous Is the Vast Baltic Sea Dead Zone?
Newly drilled cores from the Baltic Sea reveal 1,500 years of deoxygenation history. The record sheds light on the dire state of the Baltic Sea today.
What’s the Average Methane Isotope Signature in Arctic Wetlands?
Aircraft measurements confirm that methane emissions from northern European wetlands exhibit a uniform regional carbon isotopic signature, despite considerable ground-level heterogeneity.
Black Carbon Reductions in the Arctic Tied to Declining Emissions
Researchers track the presence of black carbon above the Arctic Circle.